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[No. 1] The language of silence : West German literature and the Holocaust / by Ernestine Schlant Bradley. - . - 15 p.
[No. 2] FDR and the Holocaust : did the president do all he could to save the European Jewry? : symposium sponsored by the Leo Baeck Institute. - 1997. - 57 p.
[No. 3] The emigration of German Jews to America in the 19th century / by Ursula Gehring-Münzel. - 2000. - 20 p.
[No. 4] A measure of justice : the early history of German-Jewish reparations / Menachem Z. Rosensaft and Joana D. Rosensaft. - 2003. - 28 p.
[No. 5] Leo Baeck Institute tenth annual dinner : Fritz Stern awarded the Leo Baeck Medal by German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer. - 2004. - 23 p.
[No. 6] The German Foreign Office and the Nazi past (Blessing Verlag 2010) : report of the independent historians' commission / a talk by Dr. Norbert Frei. -- 2011. - 19 p.
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